Franklin Brown was a chairman and general counsel for Rite Aid before he was convicted of criminal fraud and sentenced to ten years in federal prison. Brown was accused of being "the hub of the conspiratorial wheel" in the company's early late-90s accounting fraud scheme. Brown has spent years,......
What kills between 250,000 and 440,000 people in the United States each year; 700 deaths per day? What is the third leading cause of death in America? Isn’t it one of the responsibilities of the US Congress to institute laws or take other action that would reduce those deaths? What is causing all these deaths... Show More Summary
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I've known Bas Grasmayer for many years, and he's a super insightful digital/music strategist and has written a bunch of posts for us over the years. He tends to be on the cutting edge of any digital music startup -- so it's little surprise that he first got a Soundcloud account way back in 2008 or 2009, soon after Soundcloud started. Show More Summary
The name Peter Thiel means many things to many people.
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For the last four years, the Web has had to live with a festering wound: the threat of DRM being added to the HTML 5 standard in the form of Encrypted Media Extensions (EME). Here on Techdirt, we've written numerous posts explaining why this is a really stupid idea, as have many, many other people. Show More Summary
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Changing local laws can disrupt a pregnancy already underway leaving babies trapped in foreign countries.
Bayer Cropscience v. Dow Agrosciences (Fed. Cir. 2017) (non-precedential). The case here involves a set of genetically modified crops containing the pat gene, which confers resistance to the herbicide glufosinate. Some of the cropsShow More Summary
We recently submitted our comments to the Copyright Office's ongoing study on DMCA safe harbors, but perhaps we should have been a bit more creative. At least that seems to be the plan of the Content Creators Coalition, which has made...Show More Summary
Which firms are the best of the Pacific Northwest?
On April 27, 2010, Lester Gerard Packingham Jr. posted a Facebook status: “Man God is Good! How about I got so much favor they dismiss the ticket before court even started. No fine, No court costs, no nothing spent.... Praise be to GOD,...Show More Summary
Literacy tests are unconstitutional, and it's horrible that I have to remind people of that.
Are millennials changing the way we approach recovery?
Here is your daily LawFact from Wise Law for Wednesday March 1, 2017. Today we are talking about Family Law.For more information on Employment Law, Family Law, Wills, Estates, and Estates Litigation, visit our website at www.wiselaw.net. Show More Summary
Heather Whitney (Visiting Research at Harvard Law School) has just posted on SSRN her essay, The Autonomy Defense of Private Discrimination. The abstract: While a number of concerns have been raised about the on-demand economy, evidence of discrimination has been...
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Amazon is struggling to protect law enforcement from turning the Echo into a permanent wiretap. Maybe they should ask Alexa if she can find some caselaw. [Law.com] Is this the next Solicitor General? [National Law Journal] In case you missed it, a bunch of whiny snowflakes are complaining that law schools don't respect their opinions. Show More Summary